Snow up to 10 centimeters in 24 hours, temperatures up to -4 degrees Celsius, wind up to 80 kilometers per hour and waves of up to 7 meters. The State Meteorology Agency (AEMET) starts a total of 14 provinces for adverse phenomena today.
It will be at risk by minimum temperatures, Granada and, by snow, Lleida and Huesca. In addition, they are at orange risk (important) by waves the provinces of A Coruña, Lugo, Pontevedra, Asturias, Cantabria, Vizcaya and Guipúzcoa and at a yellow risk due to coastal phenomena, in Baleares, Gerona, Tarragona and Castellón.
Thus, there will be snowfall in Pyrenees and wind with strong intervals or very strong racks on the northern coastline of Galicia and Cantabrian, Ampurdán, Balearic, Under Ebro and Canary Islands.
Meanwhile, predominance of an anticyclonic situation is expected, with dry and stable time. However, the Peninsular Northern End will be under the influence of Atlantic fronts, with cloudy skies and the possibility of rainfall, more likely and intense in the Cantabrian East and Pyrenees, while dark rainy in Galicia are expected during the afternoon.
In surrounding areas, cloudy intervals are foreseen without rule out some scattered rainfall. In the rest, predominance is expected from the little cloudy skies in general, with high clouds and some low clouds, mists or morning mists in mountainous areas of the north half, increasing the cloudiness at the end. In the Canary Islands, there will be cloudy intervals with rainfall in the north of the most relief islands, tending to clear and probable calms in Oriental Islands.
The winds will be from West Components in the North and East Halves of the Peninsula, with intervals of Fort in the northern coastline of Galicia and Cantabrian, Ampurdán, Balearic Islands and Under Ebro. They will be from Levante in the Strait and Northeast Rolando Component East in Canarias , with strong rachas on the Western Islands.Updated Date: 08 January 2022, 03:51